U.S. CEOs Are More Worried About Cybersecurity Than a Possible Recession
With markets uncertain, many onlookers might think a recession is on the way, whether that’s most CFOs in the world or voters in the United States.
But domestic CEOs don’t find heavy economic headwinds their biggest external business worry, according to a new survey by the Conference Board. Instead, it’s cybersecurity followed by new competitors. Risk of a recession is third.
After high-profile data breaches experienced over the last two years by such companies as Marriott, Equ...